PESEL – is a personal identity number consists of 11 digits, that identifies exactly one person. PESEL number contains date of birth, a unique identification number, gender and a check digit. It is commonly used in contacts with various institutions and in legal transactions e.g.:
The Schengen Area countries include: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Spain, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, Sweden, Italy, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, as well as Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland (the last four are non-EU Schengen countries).
See also: The Schengen Area and the European Union
A written statement authorising a designated person to obtain information on the state and course of your case. The scope of authorisation covers only access to information. To authorise a person to receive information is not the same as the power of attorney.
A notary public is a lawyer appointed by the Minister of Justice, authorized to draw up notarial deeds and other notarial papers, such as, i.e. notarially authenticated copy/certified copy, notarial power of attorney, notarial certificate. Documents prepared before a notary following the law are public domain documents. Find a notary public.
Entry and stay entitlement allowing you to stay in Poland, granted for a period of 3 months to 3 years. The conditions for granting a temporary residence permit vary depending on the purpose of your stay in Poland, e.g. temporary residence and work permit, temporary residence permit due to studies, etc.